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Live The Ridgewood Theatre

The Historic Ridgewood Theatre first opened it’s doors in 1916.

100 years later it has reopened it’s doors as a luxury building with 55 unit. The building combines a landmark setting with top of the line finishes, unmatched views, and a stellar array of amenities. Each unit is a seamless mix of modern minimalism and historic charm.

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Amenities at The Ridgewood Theatre

The building offers an array of amenities, unlike any in the neighborhood. There is a top of the line fitness center, a full-service laundry room, and a co-working office space complete with private meeting rooms. There is a lounge for tenant's use and a huge planted terrace to name a few.

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The Ridgewood Theatre first opened on December 23, 1916 with ‘6 Big Acts of Vaudeville and Feature Photo Plays’. It was operated by William Fox and boasted a 3,000-seat capacity. Sadly in early-March 2008, the Ridgewood Theatre was closed. The Ridgewood Theatre remained a first-run theatre to the end.

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